February Roundup

I’ve been in a holding pattern this month, waiting for Beta readers of Sky of Souls to get back to me and otherwise working on story outlines.

2019 Brings Dark Rhymes

A belated happy 2019! Can you believe we're already halfway through January? Yikes... So, what’s been happening? Well, my cat Neo acquired a limp this month, received fighting next door’s cat. Luckily, he has made a full recovery without me having to sell a kidney to...

Festive Frolics & the Best of 2018

I have a new short (The Poison Harp) with some backstory on my sassy assassin Mist from my yet to be released epic ‘Army of Me’ (Bindcrafter Paradigm Series) coming soon, that should be ready in the new year, and has been a LOT of fun to write.

A Full Gamut of Autumnal Fun

So what have I been up to this month? Well, it was my birthday! So I got quite drunk and shouted obscenities intermingled with giggles at my friends in a Brighton pub. That’s what friends are for, right? I saw a great band too, called Henge, if you like crazy, check...

Halloween Frights and Delights

And so we kiss October on the cheek and welcome in cold nights in front of the fire, well in this hemisphere at least.

September – time to get serious

It’s been a busy month, the highlight of which was a trip to the Netherlands, where against my better instincts the little people persuaded me onto some gut wrenching rollercoasters. (I literally tensed to stop my kidneys swapping sides...) The canals in Amsterdam go...

A grim, and dark tale…

Chained to a radiator. Hostage to the worst of the worst, the devil’s armpit’s bottom of evil doers. I could have tried hacksawing my way out of there, but there were too many men on the stairs.

New Evidence for Dragon Flight

Since the first dragon skeleton was discovered in 1908 by Ernest Hathelwhite, in the Khumara Basin in what is now northern Sudan, experts have been split over the flight capabilities of such beasts. When the skeleton (Dragonus Primus) was shipped back to England,...

More Drama, Less Action

I am currently getting feedback from my brilliant Beta readers on Bindcrafter, and the question as to whether certain sections are too slow has cropped up. But what do we mean by too slow? Assuming you haven’t added extraneous characters or plotlines which are...

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